Covid-19 has made firms increasingly reliant upon their online networks and remote-working capabilities. But the threat from cyber-attacks has grown too.
Picture cyber-attacks on your organisation as being like any other scam—tenacious, infuriating and often playing on human weakness or error to achieve access to your most important resources.
The government’s Covid-19 "test, track and trace" smartphone app, piloted on the Isle of Wight, is a prime example of what can go wrong for organisations when a significant lack of trust comes into the equation.
According to a recent 1,000-person survey, almost half (48%) of people questioned about the NHSX contact-tracing app say they don’t trust the government to keep their information safe from hackers.
The poll also found that 43% of r
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